School will now open on MONDAY 15TH JUNE for Foundation, Y1 and Y6 children. Please see the parents' section for more information.
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Week Beginning 6th July 2020
Goodness me, can you believe it is July already? It doesn’t seem 2 minutes since we were all together in class in March and now the Summer holidays are just around the corner.
Let’s keep our fingers (and perhaps our toes too) crossed that everything will all be back to normal soon, but meanwhile make the most of what you have – you will have been able to spend more time with your family, have had more time for your hobbies and things you like, you might have even started a new hobby or new learning, you will have become much more independent when working and these are all good things. I wonder what other good things have happened just because things have not been normal – why not try to list them all so you can share them with each other when you all get back to school?
Remember to stay happy and busy – make the most of what you have. We are thinking about you and missing you all very much.
Week Beginning 29th June 2020
Hello again. It was very sunny last week, so if you didn’t get much work done, try to catch up this week. You should have all got your homework packs by now. These have three weeks work in them and will take you up to the summer holidays. If you don’t have yours yet, you can download it by clicking on one of the documents below (just choose the one you would like) or contact school for a paper copy.
Keep on going, we are nearly there and every bit of work you do now, will help you when we get back to school.
Keep safe, busy and happy! 😊
Week Beginning 22nd June 2020
Welcome to a new week. I hope you managed to get lots of work done last week and you cannot wait for this week’s work. You may have got your next homework pack, ready for the last three weeks of term. If you haven’t received it yet, it should be arriving sometime this week. If it doesn’t get to you by the end of Friday 26th June, please email either me (email@example.com or Mrs Furniss firstname.lastname@example.org) Don’t forget to get all the other packs done before you start your new one.
It’s very important to keep checking out the website pages for work too – the PowerPoints and links to different websites will really help to explain how to do the tasks. Even if you don’t get time to do the website tasks, try to view the linked websites and PowerPoints and talk about your learning with an adult.
There are some new comprehensions which have been added to our pages. Click on English then on Comprehensions and then choose the colour of your Bookband. You can then download the comprehensions as documents. You can always write the answers in your exercise book.
It’s also been lovely to hear from some of you and I have put your messages on the Message Board page. It’s very important to try and keep in contact with each other because these are very strange times. Hopefully, it will soon be over and we will all be able to see each other safely. Keep safe, keep happy, keep smiling and keep busy.
Week Beginning 15th June
Check out this link to see how Gru and the Minions explain what is happening at the moment and how to keep safe.
Hello again and welcome to a new week. Last week the weather was a bit grotty so I hope you got some work done. You should have all got your homework packs by now but don’t forget to keep using the website as well if you can, because the slide shows and links will help you to understand the work you are doing.
It’s very important to keep working, even if it’s just a little bit every day. Keep going on Bug Club, Numbots and TTRockstars – that way you can earn more stamps for your stamp chart. We can check the date you last went on these sites and will give you a stamp if you have been on any of them. Lots of you used Bug Club last week – so many that we now have a Bug Club Leader Board on our Special Mentions page. Lili is topping that list at the moment. Well done, Lili! Don’t forget the Oxford Owls website too. If you have been on, let me know which books to recommend to others.
If you have done any work you are especially proud of, don’t forget to email it and I will put it on our gallery page. Kaila and Hana sent me some brilliant work last week which you can check out on the Gallery page. Well done you two, we are very proud of you both! If you want to send a message to your friends, email it to me and I will put it on our message board page. (Kaila has a message for Musn on here, so make sure you take a look, Musn!)
Keep yourself busy and happy over this week. We are missing you all and hope to see you all as soon as it is safe to do so.
Hello again. I hope you all managed to get some work done last week - especially now the weather has turned a bit yucky.
This week you should all be receiving paper homework packs, but there will still be work on the website which you can (and should) use if you have access to the internet. On this website there will be powerpoints and links to other websites which will explain things much better than a worksheet can.
I have also set our class up on a website with lots of fabulous free ebooks on for you to enjoy. Some of my favourite guided reading books are on there - the Project X books, and there are many other stories and non-fiction texts for you. The link is on the English page and details of the login will be coming round with the homework pack. If you can't wait, just drop me an email (email@example.com) and I will send the login details to you.
Remember, keep working hard, playing hard and smiling hard. Concentrate on the positives and keep going!
Week Beginning 1st June 2020
Well, here we are again, starting another half term.
For some of you, last week was very exciting with Eid celebrations taking place. I hope you all really enjoyed them and have now got over your tiredness.
When Mrs Furniss telephoned you this week, a lot of you said you missed your friends. I wonder if you would like to send your friends a message. Have a look on Mr Taylor's class page and you will see a Message Board page. Have a look at the type of things Mr Taylor's class are saying. We could start something similar, so if you want to email me, I will put the messages on our own Message Board page.
This week we have a lot of work to get through but as the weather reports are good, you might decide to leave the work until the evening and that is okay. This is exactly what I have been doing and it works for me. It is completely up to you when you do the work and how much you manage to get through. Just try your best and we will be happy.
Check out the History page too as Oskar has put together a report to help you learn about the Stone Age. It will be especially good for those of you who have struggled to find out about the Stone Age - it tells you everything you need to know. Thank you, Oskar.
There is a Maths challenge this week to see if you can make a Roman villa. Check out the Maths page for details. If you make one, be sure to email a photo of it so we can put them on our gallery of work.
Most importantly, keep safe and keep happy!
Week Beginning 25th June
It's the holidays! Whoopee!
No work has been set for this week but if you get bored, take a look back at the work set in previous weeks and do the bits you didn't get chance to do. For children who do Phonics there has been a new page added to the English page with some links and documents to download which you might find useful.
There is also a new Eid page to take a look at - it has lots of activities with things to make and do and some colouring pages too!
Remember, you can keep your mental maths skills sharp using TTRockstars, Numbots and Topmarks and don't forget to read everyday (I have put some e-books for you to try on the English page).
Most importantly, keep yourself safe and healthy, make sure you help your family as much as possible and keep smiling!
All our love from Miss Prigmore, Mrs Furniss, Mrs McCauley, Mrs Shah and Mrs Cookson.
Week Beginning 18th May 2020
Hello again. I hope you enjoyed your work last week and are ready for some more. Remember, worrying is not allowed so just do what you can as well as you can possibly do it. Remember you can always photograph any work you are pleased with, email it to us and we will add it to our gallery of work. Anybody who gets their work on there will get a stamp on their stamp chart. Check out the Special Mentions page to see how many stamps you have.
At this tricky time, it is very important that we remember that playing can be as vital as working so make sure you have plenty of time for play and for using your imagination. Apparently the weather is going to be good this week so try and get some time in the fresh air to play or even relax and read a book.
Week Beginning 11th May 2020
How have you all been getting on? I know some of you have been worried by what is going on around you, but remember these feelings are normal, but they won’t last. In the end, everything will be alright, so we just have to keep going and keep safe. If you are feeling worried, remember that you can still talk to us. Mrs Furniss is ringing you up each week to check you are still okay and to see if you need help, and we are both just an email away. If your parents need any help, we have made a page with some helpful hints and information that they can use.
Another new addition to our class page is a gallery for any work you would like to share. One person already has their work here so why not click on the gallery to see whose it is. Anybody whose work gets on there will get a Special Mention on the class page, and special mentions mean stamps on your card!
Don’t worry if you didn’t finish all the work last week, just keep trying to do as much as you can. I hope you have had plenty of fun as well doing some work. Remember, you can use your imagination even if you are stuck inside a lot and in your imagination you can go anywhere in the world, be anything you want to be and do whatever you want! Draw pictures, write stories, make things but most of all keep smiling.
Week Beginning 4th May 2020
Welcome back to a brand-new week. I hope you enjoyed the week’s work last work. Don’t worry if you didn’t finish all of it, as long as you tried to do some, we will be happy with you. I hope you enjoy this week’s work, and again, don’t worry if you don’t get it all finished or if you struggle with some of it, just try your best and do whatever you can.
Welcome to a new school week
Hip, hip hurrah!
First of all, I hope you are all working hard at looking after your family by doing as you are told, smiling as much as you can and helping out as much as possible.
Click on the icons above to find your work for this week. I suggest that you try to do as much work as possible in the morning so that you can spend the afternoons doing your exercise, enjoying the sunshine and playing, but this is all up to you. Try and do as much of the work as you can.
It's now the Summer Term and I'm sure you are all feeling impatient to get back to work. Unfortunately we can't all be together but we can still do lots of work even though we are at home.
Make sure you check in every Monday when we will make sure you have some work to do on a weekly basis. This will start next Monday. Some of this work may be written down in that lovely exercise book we gave you, but a lot of the work may be finding things out or looking for things. Make sure you keep practising your times tables (do them in the order we talked about: 10x, 5x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 3x, 6x) and read as much as you possibly can.
We don't know when things will return to normal but it's important to remember that everything will be all right in the end.
All our love and best wishes from Mrs Furniss, Miss Prigmore, Mrs McCauley and Mrs Shah.
Special Mentions this week
Hana and Mohammed - Well done for your Bug Club work. We are very proud of you, keep it up!
Hussain - Well done for your TTRockstars work - 12 games this week. I'm very impressed.
Oskar - Well done you have completed 8 games completed, only 2 to go.
Year 3 exhibition photographs
We answered the question, 'Where does strength come from?'. We invited parents, staff and other children to join us in celebrating some of the amazing learning and work we have done about the human body and healthy eating.
Please come to school to see us showcase our learning on Tuesday 10th December at 09:00.
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Welcome to our class page
Have a look at some of our fantastic learning.